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Design of a trigonal halide superionic conductor by regulating cation order-disorder
Prof. Kisuk Kang
Lithium-metal-halides have emerged as a class of solid electrolytes that can deliver superionic conductivity comparable to that of state-of-the-art sulfide electrolytes, as well as electrochemical stability that is suitable for high-voltage (〉4 volt) operations.
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MarcoPolo: a method to discover differentially expressed genes in single-cell RNA-seq data without depending on prior clustering
Prof. Buhm Han & Prof. Keehoon Jung
The joint research team led by Professor Buhm Han from the Department of Biomedical Sciences and Professor Keehoon Jung from the Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology announced that they have succeeded in developing a new AI algorithm for analyzing single-cell RNA-seq data.
Potential Impact of Late 1980s Regime Shift on the Collapse of Walleye Pollock Catch in the Western East/Japan Sea
Prof. Yang-Ki Cho
The research team led by Professor Yang-Ki Cho from the School of Earth and Environmental Sciences announced that they have scientifically proved that rapid ocean current changes and rise in sea surface temperature occurred during the period when the number walleye pollocks dramatically decreased.
SREBP1c-PARP1 axis tunes anti-senescence activity of adipocytes and ameliorates metabolic imbalance in obesity
Prof. Jae Bum Kim
The research team led by Professor Jae Bum Kim from the School of Biological Sciences revealed that the accretion of senescent obese adipocytes causes inflammation in fat tissues and insulin resistance which can lead to metabolic diseases.
Ninjurin1 drives lung tumor formation and progression by potentiating Wnt/β-Catenin signaling through Frizzled2-LRP6 assembly
Prof. Ho-Young Lee
Professor Ho-Young Lee's team in the College of Pharmacy announced that they have revealed the role of ninjurin1 in causing and exacerbating lung cancer by analyzing public databases and the tissues of lung cancer patients.
In situ multiscale probing of the synthesis of a Ni-rich layered oxide cathode reveals reaction heterogeneity driven by competing kinetic pathways
Prof. Kisuk Kang
A research team led by Kang, Kisuk and Park, Jung Won of the College of Engineering revealed a synthetic secret of high-Ni cathode materials that are attracting worldwide attention as the next-generation cathode material for lithium-ion batteries and identified the cause of low-quality synthesis.
SARS-CoV-2 spike protein induces cognitive deficit and anxiety-like behavior in mouse via non-cell autonomous hippocampal neuronal death
Prof. Sung Joong Lee
Professor Sungjoong Lee's research team in the School of Dentistry revealed that the cause of cognitive and emotional disorders in COVID-19 patients was the neuronal cell death in the hippocampus by the 'spike protein' in SARS-CoV-2.
Comparative analysis of the oral microbiome of burning mouth syndrome patients
Prof. Gehoon Chung, Prof, Ji Woon Park, Prof. Bumjo Oh
The joint research team led by Professor Ji Woon Park and Professor Gehoon Chung in the School of Dentistry and Professor Bumjo Oh in the College of Medicine presented research results that identified the link between the burning mouth syndrome and oral microbiome.
Upregulation of SNAP25 by HDAC inhibition ameliorates Niemann-Pick Type C disease phenotypes via autophagy induction
Prof. Kyung-Sun Kang
Professor Kyung-Sun Kang's research team in the College of Veterinary Medicine presented a development and mechanism for a new target protein in SAHA and HNHA, which inhibit HDAC, that ameliorates Niemann‐Pick Type C disease.
Hydrogel-based strong and fast actuators by electroosmotic turgor pressure
Prof. Jeong-yun Sun & Prof. Ho-young Kim
A research team led by Sun, Jeong-Yun of the Department of Materials Science and Engineering and Kim, Ho-Young of the Department of Mechanical Engineering announced that they have developed hydrogel actuators that can produce enough strength to break bricks in a short time.
The C. elegans Regulatory Factor X (RFX) DAF-19M module : a shift from general ciliogenesis to cell-specific ciliary and behavioral specialization
Prof. Junho Lee
Professor Junho Lee's research team in the School of Biological Sciences announced that they have identified the modulator that determines the characteristics of IL2 neurons, which play an important role in the hitchhiking behavior of C. elegans.
CPNE7 regenerates periodontal ligament via TAU-mediated alignment and cementum attachment protein-mediated attachment
Prof. Joo-Cheol Park
Professor Joo-Cheol Park's research team in the School of dentistry revealed that the CPNE7 protein excavated from the dental epithelium during tooth development regulates the organization and arrangement of periodontal ligament cells.
Multi-Bandgap Monolithic Metal Nanowire Percolation Network Sensor Integration by Reversible Selective Laser-Induced Redox
Prof. Seung Hwan Ko
Professor Seung Hwan Ko's research team in the Department of Mechanical Engineering announced that they have developed a technology that creates device by precisely controling the properties of metal nanowire thin film.